Also known as mold release agents, these lubricants improve product quality and reduce waste by making it easier to remove objects from injection, compression, extrusion, and blow molds. They can also extend the life of the mold by reducing the amount of residue left on the mold surface. Apply these lubricants with an aerosol spray or a brush.
Use these lubricants that form a thin, dry film to release parts at the end of the molding operation.
These sprays contain 5% silicone to release parts that are difficult to remove, lowering the percentage of rejected parts.
Use these sprays for high-temperature molding applications.
Lubricate and condition injection and compression molds used for food packaging using these food grade sprays that meet FDA 21 CFR 178.3570.
When parts require finishing or painting, use these lubricants that won't interfere with applied coatings after being removed from the mold.
Keep your molds in good condition using these cleaners that remove moisture, dirt, oil, and other residues.